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strong discussions about featuring the new America’s Team for an unprecedented second season in a row.” />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesDawgs EDTThe Cleveland Browns had more than their share of storylines in 2018 when they were featured on the HBO show Hard Knocks.From the arrival of rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield Nick Chubb Jersey , the comedy stylings of offensive line coach Bob Wylie, the quarterback RV, the staged interest in free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant, the financial advice of defensive end Carl Nassib, and the weekly incompetence of head coach Hue Jackson, HBO had more material than it knew what to do with.The Browns have turned up the heat this summer, however, as the franchise has ascended to the status of America’s Team following the trade for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., the expected maturation of Mayfield, and the exposure of four primetime games this fall.It is enough to make you wonder if HBO came to town one year too early.Well, it turns out that HBO was thinking the same thing as Ken Rodgers Chad Thomas Color Rush Jersey , the executive in charge of the show, told Jimmy Traina at si.com that the network had discussions about showcasing the Browns for a second year in a row:As fun as it was seeing the Browns on Hard Knocks in 2018, there is no doubt that the enjoyment level would have been off the charts this summer. At the end of the day, however, it is probably for the best that the Browns passed on the idea. There will be more than enough attention paid to the team once the regular season starts, and eliminating as many distractions as possible is prudent.HBO’s interest reveals that America’s love affair with the Browns is only growing. Fans will just have to wait a little bit longer to get a full dose of the team. More of the latest Browns news and notes from around the web in today’s dose of the Daily Dawg Chow.” />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesDawgs EDTCleveland Browns:“Duke Johnson’s agent meets with Browns” (PFT) – “The agent for Browns running back Duke Johnson was in Cleveland on Monday, chatting with General Manager John Dorsey and assistant G.M. Eliot Wolf before practice.”“Freddie Kitchens talks how Baker Mayfield has improved, Myles Garrett and more” (Browns.com) – “The defense knows we are going to run the ball, and we have three times to get the first down, which is 10 yards.”“Myles Garrett promises never be ‘that low’ after getting a No. 49” (WKYC) – “Pro Bowl defensive end Myles Garrett was No. 49, and the latter took to social media to voice his displeasure with the ranking in just one sentence.”“Dawg Check: Browns Training Camp Days 2 https://www.brownsfanshop.com/Antonio-Callaway-Jersey , 3, and 4” (WFNY) – “While most of you were relaxing and enjoying your weekend, the Cleveland Browns were busy getting after it in Berea the past three days.”“Inside Browns camp: New optimism and expectations, Baker Mayfield’s verbal sparring, a potential trouble spot and more” (CBS) – “Signs of life and hope and progress and optimism abound all around the Cleveland Browns practice facility.”NFL:“Cowboys to sign vet RB Morris in Zeke’s absence” (ESPN) – “With Ezekiel Elliott’s holdout at four days, the Dallas Cowboys will sign veteran Alfred Morris, the team announced Monday night.”“Le’Veon Bell apologizes to fantasy owners for 2018” (NFL.com) – “For Le’Veon Bell — and most likely for many fantasy owners — an apology was long overdue. But the New York Jets running back has finally made amends.”“The Shutdown Corner Stare-Down” (MMQB) – “Sheldon Richardson arrived in Minnesota for his first and only season as a Viking last March, and as there is for any free agent signee, there was plenty to get used to.”
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